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mining

(mi'ning) [ME]
1. The extraction of useful information from a database. Synonym: data mining
2. The extraction from the earth of materials with industrial value, such as coal, silver, or gold. Miners are exposed to various occupational disorders, including respiratory diseases (e.g., pneumoconiosis), allergies, and traumatic injuries.

data mining

Mining (1).
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Consequently, they could be re-rated if their ore body assets were redefined, packaged, presented and promoted to the same extent as other gold deposits in the world.
Nchanga upper ore body mining project once enters into operations would likely raise its output from existing 2.
The ore body can be looked at from a variety of angles and vantage points.
Green Hill lies adjacent to the main ore body ("Payback Pit") on which the Company has already drilled over 300 core and reverse circulation holes, including 1) drill hole OH-250, which intersected 165 feet with an average grade of 0.
The real focus, as far as I'm concerned, has got to be promoting economic development, not only spending money on exploration, but in areas that have the best chance of finding another ore body that we can turn into a mine and ultimately create spinoffs in direct employment and in the service sector," Gignac says.
The Loxton Dal mine is located 25 kilometers northeast of Kimberley and consists of a kimberlite ore body which trends northeast southwest.
a large, disseminated copper-nickel-precious metals ore body, and
The life of the ore body is expected to be over 100 years at that rate of production.
Mochito Mine in Honduras it has defined a new ore body known as the
LKA plans to substantially increase its interest in Golden Wonder production (up to a 40-50% net-profits interest) by developing a new ore body below the mine's current workings.
Their combined resources make it possible to develop the rich Frood-Stobie ore body in Canada, while Mond's British location provides a launching pad to better penetrate British and European markets.
The Deep and Lower Post ore body crosses the border between the two companies and contains approximately 9 million ounces of gold, of which Newmont owns 5 million ounces and Barrick owns approximately 4 million ounces.